Global catastrophic risk

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Avin, Shahar et al. (2018) Classifying global catastrophic risks, Futures, vol. 102, pp. 20–26.

Berger, Alexander (2014) Potential global catastrophic risk focus areas, Open Philanthropy, June 26.

Kemp, Luke & Catherine Rhodes (2020) The cartography of global catastrophic governance, Cambridge: Centre for the Study of Existential Risk.

Koehler, Arden & Keiran Harris (2020) Owen Cotton-Barratt on epistemic systems & layers of defence against potential global catastrophes, 80,000 Hours, December 16.

A global catastrophic risk (GCR) is an event that poses a risk of major harm on a global scale.

Global catastrophic risks include all risks with the potential to cause serious harm on a global scale (Bostrom & Ćirković 2008). Such

GCRs risks include existential risks, but are not restricted to them. Examples of non-existential global catastrophic risks include risks of hundreds of millions (but not billions) of people dying due to a natural pandemic or due to climate change.

Bostrom, Nick & Milan Ćirković (2008) Global catastrophic risksCatastrophic Risks, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

A global catastrophic risk (GCR) (GCR) is an event that poses a risk of major harm on a global scale.

Global catastrophic risks include all risks with the potential to cause serious harm on a global scale (Bostrom & Ćirković 2008). Such risks include existential risks, but are not restricted to them. Examples of non-existential global catastrophic risks include risks from of hundreds of millions (but not billions) of people dying due to a natural pandemic or due to climate change and risks from geo-engineering..

Global catastrophic risks include all risks with the potential to cause serious harm on a global scale (Bostrom & ĆirkovićĆirković 2008). Such risks include existential risks, but are not restricted to them. Examples of non-existential global catastrophic risks include risks from climate change and risks from geo-engineering.

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